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by Giambattista Basile,Charles Perrault,Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm,W. R. S. Ralston,E. Sidney Hartland,R. D. Jameson,Photeine P. Bourboulis,Paul Delarue,Archer Taylor,Alan Dundes

Author: Giambattista Basile,Charles Perrault,Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm,W. R. S. Ralston,E. Sidney Hartland,R. D. Jameson,Photeine P. Bourboulis,Paul Delarue,Archer Taylor,Alan Dundes
Subcategory: Mythology & Folk Tales
Language: English
Publisher: The University of Wisconsin Press; 2nd edition (December 15, 1988)
Pages: 328 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.1
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Alan Dundes (1934–2005) was professor of anthropology and folklore at the University of California, Berkeley, and published ten books with the University of Wisconsin Press, including Parsing Through Customs: Essays by a Freudian Folklorist; The Vampire: A Casebook; The Blood Libel Legend; and The Cockfight.

by Giambattista Basile, Charles Perrault, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, W. R. S. Ralston, E. Sidney Hartland, R. D. Jameson, Photeine P. Bourboulis, Paul. ISBN 9780299118648 (978-0-299-11864-8) Softcover, The University of Wisconsin Press, 1988. Find signed collectible books: 'Cinderella: A Casebook (Garland Folklore Casebooks)'.

Dundes, Alan, ed. Cinderella: A Casebook. University of Wisconsin Press, 1988. Besides the texts of Basile, Perrault, and Grimm, this volume includes essays on Cinderella by W. Bourboulis, Paul Delarue, Archer Taylor, Anna Birgitta Rooth, William Bascom, James Danandjaja, Margaret A. Mills, Aarland Ussher, Marie-Louise von Franz, Ben Rubenstein, Alan Dundes, David Pace, A. K. Ramanujan, Alessandro Falassi, and Jane Yolen, all. of which are cited in this bibliography under Criticism

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Authors: Giambattista Basile,Charles Perrault,Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm,W. Jameson,Photeine P. Bourboulis,Paul Delarue,Archer Taylor. ISBN:0299118649 ISBN-13: 9780299118648. Details about Cinderella: A Casebook Garland Folklore Casebooks: Covering a period of more than one hundred years of work by renowned folklorists, these enlightening essays explore the timeless tale of Cinderella.

Covering a period of more than one hundred years of work by renowned folklorists, these enlightening essays explore the timeless tale of Cinderella. Covering a period of more than one hundred years of work by renowned folklorists, these enlightening essays explore the timeless tale of Cinderella. In addition to the most famous versions of the story (Basile's Pentamerone, Perrault's Cendrillon, and the Grimm's Aschenputtel), this casebook includes articles on other versions of the tale from Russian, English, Chinese, Greek, and French folklore.

Charles Perrault (/pɛˈroʊ/ perr-OH, also US: /pəˈroʊ/ pə-ROH, French: ; 12 January 1628 – 16 May 1703) was a French author and member of the Académie Française

Charles Perrault (/pɛˈroʊ/ perr-OH, also US: /pəˈroʊ/ pə-ROH, French: ; 12 January 1628 – 16 May 1703) was a French author and member of the Académie Française. He laid the foundations for a new literary genre, the fairy tale, with his works derived from earlier folk tales, published in his Histoires ou contes du temps passé.

This book includes original translations of ten short stories for children written by Charles Perrault. He was a French author who laid foundations for a new literary genre, the fairy tale, and whose best known tales, offered as if they were pre-existing folk tales, include Little Red Riding Hood, Sleeping Beauty, Puss in Boots, Cinderella, and Blue Beard. For example "Little Red Riding Hood" is a famous fairy tale about a young girl and a big bad wolf. The story has been changed considerably in its history and subject to numerous modern adaptations and readings.

Giambattista Basile, an Italian soldier and government official, assembled a. .Cinderella, a Casebook. Madison, Wis: University of Wisconsin Press, 1988.

Giambattista Basile, an Italian soldier and government official, assembled a set of oral folk tales into a written collection titled Lo cunto de li cunti (The Story of Stories), or Pentamerone. It included the tale of Cenerentola, which features a wicked stepmother and evil stepsisters, magical transformations, a missing slipper, and a hunt by a monarch for the owner of the slipper. Another well-known version was recorded by the German brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm in the 19th century. The tale is called "Aschenputtel" ("Cinderella" in English translations).

Covering a period of more than one hundred years of work by renowned folklorists, these enlightening essays explore the timeless tale of Cinderella. In addition to the most famous versions of the story (Basile’s Pentamerone, Perrault’s Cendrillon, and the Grimm’s Aschenputtel), this casebook includes articles on other versions of the tale from Russian, English, Chinese, Greek and French folklore. The volume concludes with several interpretive essays, including a psychoanalytic view from Dundes and a critique of the popularization of Cinderella in America.“Folklorists, scholars of children’s literature, and feminists should appreciate particularly the wide scope of this collection .  .  .  now in paperback with an updated Bibliographical Addendum. . . . Most helpful are the two-page introductions to each variant and to each essay which include a brief overview of the historical times as well as suggested additional sources for more discussion.”—Danny Rochman, Folklore Forum“A milestone, a near complete source of primary and secondary materials.  .  .  .  The selected analytical writing include definitive classic and new discoveries, covering the whole range of methodological modes and theoretical perspectives from early forms and typology to myth-ritual, social-historical, anthropological, and psychoanalytical readings.  The annotated bibliography is most helpful, illuminating, and comprehensive, encompassing publications in other Western languages and works by Asianists.”—Chieko Mulhern, Asian Folklore Studies“One can imagine several dimensions on which psychoanalysts might find such a collection interesting: as examples of applied psychoanalysis, in relation to philosophical and cultural examination of imaginative material, in relation to child development, and in the correlations between folktales of a particular culture and individual histories.”—Kerry Kelly Novick, Psychoanalytic Quarterly